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in perspective ma during a won with the same percentage point that george w. bush won in 2004. he won with 0% participation electorate. he won with a greatly expanded number of registered voters, 40% of all eligible venezuelan but maduro, only 30% voted for him. >> charlie: a higher percentage of voters. >> it's a few percentage points lower. so the question is... >> that may be why... he's not... i think a lot of the chavez voters from last october... >> either stayed home. ... or even voted. the way it breaks down the way the electorate in venezuela, the way that chavez support, the remarkable support over the last decade breaks down is roughly 50% of people who don't like feel like their lives were better than chavez or they liked chavez better than who we were running as. gay and lesbian movements, urban barrios, peasant communities that have really felt like that they are part of chavez. they made chavez. i would say that maybe about 750,000 voters that voted for chavez either stayed home or voted for capriles. the question is where did they come from? i would say they're probably from
forum, formerly the director of the congressional budget office. 2003-george w. bush in 2005. that is when we first met. here.o have you we've enter. >> thank you. it is a privilege to be here today. i have submitted a written statement in the record. let me briefly make three points and i look forward to answering your questions. thefirst point is that immigration reform bill before you has many aspects that are important security considerations, economic impacts, legal issues, but at its core, immigration reform represents an economic policy opportunity. it is an opportunity for the united states to dictate the abolition of its people and future population. as i emphasized in my testimony , in the absence of immigration, low fertility rate mean that the u.s. population declines and the future growth of the u.s. as the data by immigration choices. it will dictate the labor force and the effort exerted in our economy. will have strong influences on the out partnership and business community. it will increase the productivity growth in the u.s. economy, the fundamental buildin
of the record. formerly director of the cbo 2005. george w. bush, 2003- i believe that is to me first met. it is good to have you here. >> thank you, chairman. >> all of this hearing is available on our video library. later in our program scheduled, we will taken next to the strategic and international studies. he is introducing taro aso , the foreign misr and deputy prime minister of japan to talk about japan's economy. ag on an. he comes now as the finance minister added time that is of remarkable significance. everyone has heard about the so- called economics. there is no success without action. it will require this man who was going to put in place the structure to bring around this transformation. this is a big deal. it is important for japan, it is important for the united states. we need to learn and listen carefully. we were talking about this matter for that the prime minist'use aboutarrows. the finance minister talked about bazookas. been a marksmen and representing japan at the olympics. he did not use bazookas then, but he is using bazookas now. it is a good thing for japan. p
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